Our View: Communication goes long way in development decisions
The process that led to the approval of the Lexington Club housing development in St. Charles ended up confusing some of those involved in the debate, and it left some residents believing that their voices weren’t heard.
There were significant changes in direction from members of the St. Charles City Council, and they took place without explanation for those who showed up to the meeting Monday. And one resident who wanted to give public comment at that meeting felt shut out. That is not a victory for the city.
Lexington Club is planned for the former Applied Composites site. The property is bordered by State and Dean streets to the south, the Chicago and N.W. Railroad to the north, Fifth Street to the east and 12th Street to the west.
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